Local news reports
A Marshall-Shadeland man will spend five to 10 years in prison
stemming from the accidental shooting death of a Bellevue woman earlier
Charles Miles, 27, pleaded guilty Wednesday to single counts of
involuntary manslaughter and illegally possessing a firearm before
Common Pleas Judge Kevin G. Sasinoski.
Police said Miles accidentally shot Jacquelyn Bush, 25, on March 21.
Police were called to a home in Marshall-Shadeland about 3:20 a.m. for a
woman with a gunshot wound. Ms. Bush had been shot in the left buttock,
with the bullet severing an artery.
Mr. Miles at first told police he was unsure how she got shot. He
later admitted that they were dancing in the basement and that when he
went to move a gun that was on a table, it went off.